Almost everyone knows that Paddington is a bear who usually wears a duffle coat, a rather shapeless hat and, on occasions, Wellington boots. Many people also know that his favourite food is marmalade and that he originally comes from Darkest Peru. Named for the train station where he was first found, Paddington was adopted by the Brown family (Father Henry, mother Mary, son Jonathan, and daughter Judy) and taken to their home at 32 Windsor Gardens, and his misadventures have delighted children since. Based on the books by Michael Bond.
Mr. Gruber takes Paddington on an outing to the Royal Courts of Justice to watch a case. But while waiting, a misunderstanding ensues when the court nearest the bench Paddington is at call a "Mr. Brown" to the stand.
Paddington tries to bake a cake for Mr. Curry, but when it comes to getting it in and out of the oven, it seemed far too beyond Paddington's control, and so he decides to decorate the oven - to look like a cake.
The Browns decide to go punting, but disaster strikes when Paddington is put in charge of the pole.
Paddington builds a rock garden.
Paddington has trouble using Mr. Curry's old hammock.
Mr. Gruber takes Paddington on an outing to the Tower of London on his day off.
Paddington visits his local bank.
Paddington manages to empty a restaurant car in a train by telling them that the fish they are eating is off: he misunderstood a chef's comment when he said it was off the menu.
Paddington decides to have is picture taken at the seaside.
Paddington tries to enjoy another day at the beach, but it goes wrong with his sandcastle making.
Paddington takes up bodybuilding, but it's harder than he thinks.
Paddington visits a studio of a TV show, "Sage of Britain" and finds himself in the hot seat, and in the free-for-all section, he somehowingly finds many people phoning and asking Paddington to be the Sage of Britain.
Paddington sees some people bury a box.
Paddington uses the neighbors painting to make a puzzle.
Paddington visits a health centre.
After seeing an amazing magazine article about plants shaped to everyday things, Paddington tries snipping Mr. Curry's hedge into a peacock, and has a lot of trouble tidying the loose ends, until he discovers it was all a dream.
Paddington goes to see a play with the Browns, and lends a hand when an actor forgets his lines.